The Coastal Wetland NAtural Resources Specialist will provide visitor and customer service support and assist staff with implementation of research, education and stewarship programs. Job duties include answering phones, responding to public inquiries, orienting visitors to the Reserve, and issuing access permits. The Natural Resources Specialist will also assist staff with collection and processing of water samples, maintenance of research equiment, setup and implementation of education and volunteer programs, minor facility repairs, landscaping, trail maintenance, and habitat restoration. This is a grant-funded position compensated at the rate of $8.10/hour (State Classification: Natural ResourcesSpecialist Position Number 20072249) with a projected term from April - late October 2017. Average 25-30 hours per week, with Saturday or Sunday weekly and some evenings required. Preferred qualification: Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite, basic knowledge of coastal wetland ecology, identifcation of plants and wildlife, experience with custormer service, ability to use basic landscaping and carpentry tools, strong comfort level working in and on water, boating safety and first aid/CPR.
Application process: submit a cover letter, which includes a statement of interest, and resume to Frank Lopez at email@example.com by Friday, January 27, 2017.
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